Exercising your penis is just like exercising any other part of your body. You get results when you are committed to a well rounded exercise program.
There are numerous exercises that can help make your penis bigger. Jelquing is probably one of the most popular. And Kegel exercises are also important, not just to increase penis size but also in controlling ejaculation. Although most men think Kegel’s are just for women, they are SO wrong.
But just like any exercise program, you have to stick to it to make it work. This means 30 minutes or so each and every day. Now, that might seem like a lot, but if it increases your penis length 2″ or more, it is probably worth it to most men.
Of course, in this day and age when many of us travel for a living, it can really be hard to stick to a penis enhancement program.
There are a lot of exercises available on the internet that take only 25 to 30 minutes per day. If you are traveling, they can be performed in the bathroom, away from indiscreet eyes. Simply log onto the Internet and select the exercises that make up your daily routine. If the hotels you are staying at have no Internet connection, then you should bring along the extremely handy PenisHealthTM DVD. The DVD has everything the website has plus the excellent benefit of being accessible anywhere, anytime.
The best thing about using PenisHealthTM program on the road is the fact that you can maximize gains and speed up the enlargement process by not interrupting it for even a day, outside those scheduled for rest.
It is this determination to stick to the program even in less than optimum conditions that will help you achieve your gains faster than usual. Putting training off because the time or the place is not right will delay results and increase the chance of becoming depressed over the pace of enlargement. But this can be easily avoided with a bit of determination to take advantage of any chance that comes your way.
The sooner you get started, the sooner you will see results. Just remember, like any exercise program, it takes time and commitment to see results. But you will be absolutely amazed if you stick with the program. You will see that exercise really will make your penis bigger.
Premature ejaculation can be an embarrassing, frustrating part of sex for any man-and woman for that matter. Premature ejaculation can also be hard to define. Some define it using the number of thrusts during sex before coming, some simply define it as coming before you want to. Many men have asked me how they can last longer. I want to point out that there is a difference between premature ejaculation and simply wanting to keep an erection for a longer period of time. There have been men who have told me they only last an hour and think there is something wrong with them-that they should be lasting longer. That is not premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is also marked by an inability to control ejaculation. You feel it coming and cannot stop it.
Sometimes with only a little stimulation. The truth is, it happens to everyone at some point. But if it occurs on a regular basis and you or your partner find it is contributing to making your sex life less than satisfactory, then it may be time to look for ways to learn ejaculatory control. Here is the good news: Premature ejaculation is one of the easiest sexual dysfunctions to fix! With a little effort and understanding every man can learn good ejaculatory control. It won’t happen overnight, you will need patience. But you will see results. Below are some basic facts and tips to get your started on the road to ejaculatory control.
1. Start with a medical exam. Some sexual dysfunctions are caused by a medical problem and you always want to rule it out or, if it is ruled in, get treatment. Many times if the medical problem is resolved, the dysfunction resolves itself. Also, some medications cause erectile and ejaculation problems. However, please consult with your doctor before discontinuing and medication on your own.
2. Premature ejaculation is a LEARNED behavior. That’s right. Learned. Men train their bodies to ejaculate quickly by the way they masturbate. Most men masturbate very quickly and are only interested in the quick orgasm or release. Your ejaculatory muscles are just those-muscles, and if they are not in shape they don’t do what you want them to do. By masturbating fast you are telling those muscles you want a fast reaction.
3. Do your kegel exercises! This will not only help you build up those muscles, it will help you learn ejaculatory control and increase the intensity of your orgasm! To do kegel exercises simply contract your kegel muscles for a count of ten 5 times in a row several times a day. You can do this anytime and no one will even know. Try it sitting at your desk at work or while watching TV. It is one of the easiest exercises to do! Don’t know what your kegel muscles are? Next time you are urinating, clench or tighten the muscles that will make you stop in the middle. Those are your kegel muscles.
4. When you are masturbating, take your time and try the squeeze technique. When you feel like you are going to come, wrap your thumb and forefinger around the base of your penis and squeeze-not too hard. But hard enough to stop you from coming. Wait a few minutes and start masturbating again. Repeat this until you finally come. At first, the time it takes for you to come will be short but as you continue to do this exercise, over time, you will last longer. This is something you can do during intercourse as well. When you feel like you are going to climax, pull out and use your thumb and forefinger. If you are concerned about doing this during sex, stick with the masturbation for a while.
5. There is also the start and stop method. This is where you simply stop masturbating when you feel you are getting close to climaxing. Stop for a while. Don’t worry if you loose your erection. Start again after a few minutes and you will get hard again. Then stop again when you feel like you are getting close to orgasm etc. etc.
Remember, it won’t happen overnight but as you continue with these exercises, you will gradually increase your ejaculatory control and premature ejaculation will be a thing of the past!
The name ‘Kegel’ is another way of referring to exercises whose aim is to restore and increase the tone of the pubococcygeus muscle by regular clenching and unclenching. A strong PC muscle helps men maintain control of erections and ejaculations, increases the flow of blood to the penis, keeps the prostate in check in old age and prevents incontinence. Women can also use Kegels to bring their vagina back into shape after the stretching caused by childbirth. As you can see, Kegels are great for both men and women and are best taken up early on in order to prepare the pelvic floor for old age.
The role of the pubococcygeus muscle in the sexual health of men and women has been thoroughly documented over the years. The San Francisco Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality published a study on Kegel Exercises in 1983 which focused on the sexual benefits women can get from exercising their PC muscles, while Jack Morin authored a study called Anal Pleasure and Health in 1981. The bottom line of these studies was the simple fact that well toned pelvic muscles, including the PC muscle, improve sexual control and play a key part in achieving orgasm.
The PC muscle can be identified by stopping urination mid-flow. Anybody who has ever tried to keep from urinating knows instinctively what muscles to tense in order to close the urethra and prevent the emptying of your bladder. Men can usually identify the PC muscle by tensing the muscles in their pelvic floor until they find the one that makes their penis jump. This is best done with an erect penis, because the movement of the penis is easier to observe. Basically, the muscle is located between the scrotum and the anus.
As stated above, the main benefit men get out of exercising their pubococcygeus muscle is the vastly increased control over ejaculation and the improved erection. PC flexes, just like any other exercises, draw more blood to the area because the muscles need oxygen to repair their cells after exercises. The increase in blood supply helps the penis reach full erection faster and also to last in this phase longer than usual. Moreover, since a well toned PC muscle can stop the flow of urine, it can also stop the flow of semen. Therefore, exercises help men gain control over the ejaculation and ejaculate whenever they want, which is a boon to any man and especially to those who suffer from premature ejaculation.
Naturally, the PenisHealth program features PC flexes because these exercises are crucial to the overall health of the penis. A strong pubococcygeus muscle helps promote blood flow to the pubic area, thus increasing the chances that penis enlargement occurs. Not to mention that performing ejaculation control exercises along with the penis enlargement routines is the best way of achieving two goals at once: longer and thicker penis and erections and ejaculations on demand. What more could you ask for?
Prostate problems affect about 12% of the male population. Whether they’ll admit or not, men over 45 need to have regular prostate exams and potentially even Prostate Specific Antigen PSA tests. How does the condition of an enlarged prostate happen and is it dangerous? The prostate gland goes through two primary periods of growth, once in early puberty and the other about age 25.
During the second phase of growth, the condition of an enlarged prostate may occur when the layer of tissue surrounding the prostate stops it from expanding and presses it against the urethra. It is generally accepted that men over the age of 45 start to experience some prostate enlargement, though they may not have any significant symptoms, and by age 60, it is believed that 80% of all men experience some enlargement which affects urination.
Over time, these urination problems can cause serious health problems such as kidney or bladder damage, incontinence or bladder stones.
Are there any natural prevention methods that do not involve drugs? Zinc is considered a valuable element and one that can help regulate normal cell death and in building the immune system response. It has also proven helpful with enlarged and inflamed prostates. Zinc supplements can be increased to 50 to 100 milligrams, though doctors suggest the extra Zinc should complement a naturally healthy diet rich in many vitamins and minerals.
Exercise, including Kegel exercises also help to improve blood circulation to the prostate tissues. Kegel exercises are performed by tightening the muscles around the scrotum and anus and often recommended by sex therapists to help men with premature ejaculation problems. Kegel exercises can only help, you see! An average amount of Kegel flexes is 4-5 times a day, in sets of ten.
Finally, tomatoes have also been cited as possible prevention method against prostate cancer and other prostate problems like enlargement, due to the fruit’s lycopene carotene. A healthy diet and good exercise are natural prevention methods against this medical condition
Tantric sex is now in the spotlight but what is it and how can it help your love life? Read on and find out,its not what many people think.
We have to make it clear we are writing about neo-Tantra, or the Tantra of the New Age. The classic Hindu and Buddhist Tantra would take years to master and in any event, without a living Master to lead your progress, you would quickly either lose interest, or go astray.
Neo-Tantra as it is called is a fusion of the yogic principles and our today’s busy life.
They can be reconciled and then when applied to everyday events, such as lovemaking, the action becomes meditative, spontaneous and very intimate.
One prolongs the act of making love and focus’ on, rather than dispel, potent orgasmic energies moving through you, thereby raising the level of your consciousness.
To help achieve this, the man needs to have proper ejaculatory control, the woman needs to have control over her vagina and womb, and both partners need proper breath control. Gaining this kind of self-control over your body and breath also is applied to your higher nature, and this is why Tantra (classic or neo) works.
In addition to enhanced lovemaking powers, you will find your sexual stamina increases as well when you practice tantric sex.
The Deer Exercise
The deer has been observed in the forest constantly performing a similar movement as described below, and has been ascribed to not only the deer’s great sexual strength and stamina, but its life-long youthful appearance. It can also give men a great control over ejaculation and women a greater grasping control within their vaginas.
This exercise is done by both men and women (this is also known as a kegel exercise). Many yogis believe that prolapse (loosening of the muscles) of the anus is a cause of premature aging.
Therefore maintaining the strength of this muscle, can help you to remain youthful.
To do the Deer Exercise, squeeze and hold the muscles that help you retain your urine. As you sit, and tense these muscles, they feel between the scrotum and anus. The muscles are flexed and released repeatedly for a specific count; say to 15, then relaxed for the same period. You can do these exercises anywhere, and everywhere, in complete privacy, and the results can be understood almost immediately.
The Three – Breath Rejuvenation Exercise
This exercise can give you not only control over ejaculation but you find yourself surprisingly refreshed each time you perform it. It can (and should) be done several times during the day. Women will also find that with greater breath control, their orgasms become more intense, longer lasting and more frequent.
To begin, close the left nostril and breathe in through the right for a specific count, say 5 to begin. Be rhythmical, and steady in your counting. After you have breathed in close the both nostrils and hold your breath for a count of 5. Then release the right nostril and exhale to a count of 5.
Without pause, repeat breathing in with the right nostril, and exhaling (after holding) through the left one. Do this at least 10 times. While you are doing so, feel your body filling up with the universal engery (imagine it at the least) and you will feel real tingling by the 6th repeated set.
If you do no more than the two exercises above, you will have achieved more success than you may have reckoned for. The next time you have a sexual encounter, your toned up kegel muscles, and your body, full of universal energy, will perform much better.
In neo-Tanta this translates into taking your time, enjoying the situation to its full, and feeling the wonderful energy of your partner and yourself rising to new heights.
The kegel exercise was discovered by Dr Kegel. The kegel is a pelvic floor exercise. The kegel or the pelvic muscle exercise is done to strengthen the muscles that support the urethra, bladder, uterus and rectum. To find the muscle, try while urinating to stop and start the flow of urine.
Why it is important to develop your PC muscle
It is extremely important to build up the strength of your PC muscle, as it is not only the PC muscle that is accountable for the health of your pelvic region, but the PC muscle when fully developed can significantly improve your sexual performance.
How do I do the kegel?
So from now on every time when you go to the toilet, try stop urinating and it in for as long as possible. Then let go and begin urinating again. Repeat this exercise no less than 5 times.
Kegeling provides many benefits: Stronger Erections from kegels
– Kegels give Longer Erections due to blood hold capacity
– Larger head size are a result of kegels
– Kegels help increase enjaculatorty Distance
– Kegels enhanced Sexual enjoyment for both partners
– Kegels can prevent prolapses of pelvic organs
– Kegels can help prevent leaking urine when you sneeze or cough
– Kegels help reduce premature ejaculation
Kegels can be done anytime of the day and can be done absolutely anywhere. No one can tell that you are doing them as the kegel is an internal muscle and can be done at school, work or even in the car to work.
Premature ejaculation is defined as reaching orgasm too quickly, usually prior to or within seconds of penetration. You may also be experiencing premature ejaculation if you are reaching orgasm before you or your partner intend in a manner that leaves either of you (or both of you) feeling unsatisfied.
At least 29% or more of the male population report problems in this area. There are many causes both psychological and physical. Psychological causes include stress, performance anxiety, insecurity, and sex-related fears. Physical causes are actually quite rare but can include an unusually high sensitivity in sexual nerve endings or other structural issues of the penis.
One method of controlling premature ejaculation is with exercises. The most common is the use of kegel exercises. These are done to strengthen the pubococcygeus muscle, which is the main muscle affecting ejaculation and orgasm function.
This is the same muscle you use to stop the flow of urine. Kegel exercises are performed by alternately holding and releasing the muscle and are most effective if done in varying lengths in sets of ten.
For example, you can hold and release in ten sets of ten seconds each and then try ten sets of twenty seconds each. Strengthening this muscle through exercise will work to an extent, but it takes quite a while to build up muscle strength. The exercises will also have to be continued to have lasting effects, and you also may not be able to get to the improvement level you are seeking.
Another way to combat premature ejaculation is with the various creams and gels on the market. These work by using the numbing agents lidocaine or benzocaine. They are applied to the penis prior to each sexual encounter. They work by severely desensitizing the penile area.
However, the numbing agents may cause too severe of a desensitizing effect making it hard to achieve orgasm at all. You will also have to wait an allotted amount of time after applying before engaging in activity, which decreases spontaneity. Side affects reported are redness, burning, and rashes. Sometimes this is due to not washing immediately after sex, though you can still have skin reactions even if you have thoroughly washed.
There are now pills on the market that can treat the problem of premature ejaculation. Many have been proven to be highly effective in increasing the time before ejaculation and many report much higher sexual satisfaction with regular use. They use a combination of safe herbal remedies to drastically improve the time before you reach an orgasm.
You will not have to worry about skin reactions and scrubbing after sexual contact nor will you experience the severe desensitization found in numbing creams and gels. You will also not have the exercise time involved and will not have to wait to see results. Instead, you will see improvements in your endurance quite quickly. Between the three main methods of controlling premature ejaculation, pills offer the highest potential results in the quickest amount of time. Pills that treat premature ejaculation offer safety, convenience and ease of use and will leave you and your partner much more sexually satisfied.
Guys, you should do Kegel exercises to develop extraordinary powers of sustained sexual activity and the power to withhold orgasm. Once you develop your PC muscles, as you approach orgasm you will be capable of literally “turning off the hose.” Not that you always want to put off orgasm, but it’s nice to know that you can. All you minutemen out there suffering from premature ejaculation – pay attention – DO YOUR KEGEL EXCERCISES!
Guys, here’s a simple set of exercises that can bring back a firm erection, create mind-blowing orgasms, and gives you a healthy prostate. Strong PC muscles give you the ability to stop the flow of ejaculate during orgasm, thereby delaying and prolonging your fun. When you finally do ejaculate, you might splatter the headboard behind you.
Kegel exercises, also called PC exercises strengthen the pubbocoxygennus muscle or PC muscles. The PC muscle surrounds your anus and prostate gland. The PC muscle is the muscle that pumps when you ejaculate. Strengthening – and learning to control – this muscles is essential.
To find your PC muscle, start to urinate then stop in midstream. The muscles that stop the flow of urine and pump when you ejaculate are the muscles to exercise. If you have trouble stopping the flow of urine, you probably also have weak orgasms. Do not exercise them while urinating.
PC clamps: Squeeze and release, over and over. Start with “sets” of twenty, and build up to sets of 100 or more. Do these every day for the rest of your life. This is a great exercise while you are driving or standing on line at the grocery store.
Long squeeze: Hold your PC muscle compressed tight for a count of twenty. Build up the strength to 30 or 50 count.
Slow squeeze: Tighten the PC muscle as slowly as you possibly can – repeat as often as you can.
You can do these exercises anywhere and at any time, there is absolutely no excuse to neglect your exercises. No one will know that you are squeezing, unless of course you keep smiling while doing them, thinking about the next G-gasm session.
About the Author:
Sex educator Jani, is the author of “G-gasm Method: The Ultimate Guide to the G-spot Orgasm” – and “Tonight’s The Night … Your Ultimate Guide to Sexy, Kinky Things to do With Your Lover”
Please visit Jani’s blog to learn more about the G-gasm Method and Kegels Excercise.
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Pelvic floor muscles act like a hammock and support the uterus, bowel and bladder. They also protect the entrances to the vagina, urethra and anus. They must be strong to prevent leaking, incontinence and prolapse (the slipping out of place of an organ).
Because of pregnancy, age, excess weight or neglect (i.e. lack of Kegal exercise), many women suffer from weak pelvic floor muscles. The result is distress or incontinence when they laugh, cough or sneeze.
Therefore, Kegels are recommended for all women and it’s never too early or too late to begin doing them, but the sooner the better.
For most women, the pelvic floor muscle is easy to locate. It’s the same muscle you contract when you’re trying to hold back from passing urine. You can isolate the muscle next time you urinate by stopping the flow when it first begins.
Once you’ve located the muscle, the basic Kegel exercise is to simply breathe deeply and slowly while you alternately tighten and relax the vaginal muscle (as if you were stopping the flow of urine). Do this up to 200 times a day. Be sure, though, not to contract your stomach or back muscles, nor move or tighten your leg or buttock muscles.
Since no one knows you’re doing Kegels, they can be done just about anywhere anytime. So make them a daily habit. Do them while sitting at business meetings, working on the computer, watching TV, washing dishes, standing in line at the grocery or brushing your teeth. You can even do Kegals during sexual intercourse. The point is to “just do it.”
Doing Kegels has many benefits. They’ll help eliminate embarrassing leaking when laughing or coughing, help prevent incontinence as you age and make pregnancy and child birth a lot easier, minimizing tears and episiotomies. Last but not least, Kegels will also enhance sexual pleasure for both you and your partner.
The Kegel Exercise, named after Dr. Arnold Kegel, is an exercise of the pubococcygeal muscles. This exercised is the regular contracting and relaxing of the pelvic floor muscle designed to restore muscle tone, reduce overactive bladder symptom, and to increase sexual gradification. This exercise has been shown to be of benefit to both men and women in the treatment of urinary incontinence.
Dr. Kegel, the Assistant Professor of Gynecology at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, popularized this exercise in the 1948 in the United States. However several of the ancient cultures developed several different exercises for the same muscles to improve health, longevity, spiritual development and sexual gratification. It was call the Deer Exercises by the Taoist of China. The Aswini Mudra (the horse gesture) by the Yogis of India.
Weakening of the pelvic muscles can be attributive to pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, and poor posture. Surgery can also damage the nerves controlling the urinary track or weaken the muscles, thus causing involuntary contractions and making it harder to control the bladder. Some medication such as sedatives, narcotics, and diuretics can have a detrimental effect in you controlling your urinary system. Chronic illness or conditions like multiple sclerosis, diabetes, stroke, and Parkinson disease can cause you to suffer from an overactive bladder.
For Women the first step in the Kegel Exercise is to determine which muscle that needs to be exercised. For women you can tell which muscles to use by squeezing the muscles in your genital area by pretending that you are trying to stop the flow of urine. This is the pubococcygeal muscle. Get a feeling where this muscle is and how it feels when it is being exercised.
For Men the Kegel exercise is done by contracting the anal sphincter instead of the urinary sphincter as in the woman’s exercise. This is because the pubococcygeal muscle begins around the anus and travels to the urinary sphincter muscle.
Next you want to tighten these muscles and hold them for about four seconds and then relax. You want to repeat this process for about 10 or 20 times. Between each contraction of the muscles you want to make sure that you allow the muscles to relax completely. After you get the hang of it you will be able to contract the muscle for four seconds and then completely relax for four seconds.
Next you want to make sure that you do the Kegel exercises 10 times a day. This is important because if you do fewer than this number you will be lowering the effectiveness of the exercises. Do not become sloppy with the exercise and contract the rectum, your stomach muscles, and thigh muscles. You must exercise the pubococcygeal muscle only.
The great thing about Kegel exercises is that you can do them anywhere and no one will even know you are doing them if you are doing the exercise correctly. For example, you can do them at work, in your car, while you are washing dishes or even watching television. It doesn’t matter where you do them as long as you do them every day.
You don’t want to do these exercises while you are urinating. If you feel you are not exercising the pubococcygeal muscle correctly then women may stop the flow during urination just long enough to get a feel for the muscle again as you did in step one. If the Kegel exercise is performed during urination it could lead to urinary tract infection.
After childbirth a woman can use the Kegel exercise to return to her pre-pregnancy strength and muscle tone. Regular Kegel exercise can also increase sexual pleasure for the woman and their partners.
For men the Kegel exercise can be used to allow them to achieve orgasm with ejaculation and perhaps each multiple orgasms during sex.
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Always consult your doctor before using this information.
This Article is nutritional in nature and is not to be construed as medical advice.